Sony Mylo – a new internet tablet

Sony Mylo

Sony has announced its new product Mylo. Mylo is a smal, WiFi enabled personal communicator. It justifies type ‘communicator’. Mylo includes Skype, Google Talk and Yahoo! Messenger. It allows to browse web sites using HTML like brower not WAP, send emails via Web Mail client like Gmail, Yahoo! Mail and etc. Mylo offers a possibility to make phone calls via Skype.

By and atour, Mylo plays a music (MP3, ATRAC and WMA), video (MPEG-4) and displays pictures. The process of searching of WiFi hotspots is extremely simple. Just specify your location and Hotspot locator find the nearest one.

Brief specification:

  • Display: 2.4″ QVGA (320×240 pixels)
  • Processor: ARM 9
  • Keyboard: QWERTY
  • Memory: 1Gb flash memory
  • Lan: IEEE802.11b WiFi
  • Expansio Slots: Memory Stick Pro Duo Expansion Slot
  • Others: built-in microfone, speakers
  • Dimensionss: 55.0 x 88.1 x 18.7 mm, weight: 150 g

Mylo seems a good gadget and can be a competitor for Nokia770. The keyboard can be useful but the lack of touch-screen may do work with device a little bit uncomfortable.

The Mylo will start to sell this September at price $350.

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    1. Smart Home Blog (Pingback), 17. August 2006, 13:48
  • Kirill Belokurov, 17. August 2006, 15:42

    The Sony Mylo looks interesting but the main disadvantage of it comparing to Nokia 770 will too small screen – Nokia 770 has 5 times more pixels. And QVGA screen now looks like ‘something from the past’.

  • Michael Stepanov, 17. August 2006, 20:41

    I agree with you. But it’s better than nothing 🙂


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